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Shamrock Hope Irish Charm Bead


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Shamrock Hope Irish Charm Bead

Shamrock Hope Irish Charm Bead

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Shamrock Hope Irish Charm Bead


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The Emerald Isle is aptly named for its shimmering, green landscapes. Shanore Jewelers of Ireland captures that love of green and the inspiration it produces. The shamrock, historically, is an Irish symbol used throughout the ages by Christian leaders and their faithful followers. Of its many meanings, Shanore has chosen to showcase "hope" as seen in the inscription of black letters on the sterling silver background. 

St. Patrick's Choice

It is said that St. Patrick was the first to use the shamrock in his sermons. He connected the three leaves of the plant to the three persons of the holy Christian trinity: God the father, God the son and God the holy ghost. The iconically green color also represents Ireland, and its constant effort to connect its nature to life?s deeper, philosophical meanings. Of the many interpretations of the shamrock, one stands out to the jewelers at our Tara's Diary Collection: hope.

Pairing, Mixing, Matching

Tara'sDiary Collection produces what seems an endless amount of beads, ranging from serious, faith-oriented pieces to fun and flirty Irish pictures. Mix and match this shamrock bead with other iconically Irish beads or add it to a unique collection of beads with ranging meanings and interpretations. The possibilities are truly endless. And with the knowledge of Shanore?s unmatched, artisan quality, you can be sure your design will last.


Material Sterling Silver
Weight 2.3 grams
Width 9.3mm
Height 9.7 mm

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